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Multiple exhibitions organized at dusseldorf photo+

This is the 3rd edition of the Biennale for Visual and Sonic Media. The organizing theme is On Reality.

Argentinian film artist Narcisa Hirsch passes at 96

The experimental filmmaker made a crucial impact upon Argentinian society in the 1960s and 1970s. She received greater recognition in recent years due to the efforts of Filmoteca Narcisa Hirsch, which was created with the goal of preserving her legacy.

CryptoPunks monograph available for pre-order at Phaidon

This book provides a comprehensive overview of all 10,000 CryptoPunks, complete with full reproductions and listings of attributes for each of them. A joint collaboration between Yuga Labs and Zak Kyes.

Wael Shawky has a film about Pompeii showing at Palazzo Grimani

The film, titled I Am Hymns of the New Temples, was a commission from the Archaeological Park of Pompeii. Shawky's exhibition is part of the Venice Biennale.

Fernando Palma Rodríguez combines Indigenous worldviews and technology at Canal Projects

Palma Rodríguez' exhibition consists of a maze that emulates corn fields and robotic statues that evoke deities. The artist lays out a narrative that is connected to his native Mexico and its agricultural traditions.

Pallavi Paul has first solo exhibition at Gropius Bau

The artist's earlier moving image works, most recent cinematic productions and immersive spatial installations are displayed across six rooms at Gropius Bau in Berlin.

Rhizome launches ArtBase Anthologies

This program series, in partnership with Museum of the Moving Image, showcases the history of born-digital art. The inaugural presentation includes a solo project by Auriea Harvey.

Arthur Jafa installs a picture unit at 52 Walker

The show includes a site-specific installation, a new series of paintings and sculptures and a new film. 52 Walker is a project space in New York established by David Zwirner.

Videofreak installed in Museum of the Moving Image

The installation was created by Allen Riley and produced by Death By Audio Arcade. It combines the gameplay of a traditional arcade space shooter with the physical analog electronics of a video synthesizer.

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